Liberal Education

Liberal Education: Fall, 2013
Fall 2013

The authors of this issue's featured articles take a hard look at the phenomenon of the MOOC, the hype surrounding it, and its relation to the aims and purposes of both liberal learning and democratic education. Other authors provide a critique of competency-based education, take stock of the achievements and shortcomings of European educational reform fifteen years into the Bologna Process, propose a new field of interfaith studies, call for educators to promote civil discourse, and reflect on the "liberating" aspects of a liberal education.

Liberal Education: Summer 2013
Summer 2013

This issue features annual meeting presentations on the future of diversity, gender equity, and institutional governance. Also included are...

Liberal Education, Spring 2013
Spring 2013

This issue presents the findings from a new national survey of employer priorities for college learning and student success, along with the text...

Liberal Education: Winter 2013
Winter 2013

Liberal Education: Winter, 2013 - In exploring the diversity of teaching formats and strategies that different faculty members at different institutions use in a widely taken course, this issue raises questions about what, where, and how students learn in courses that are assumed to cover the same ground. Also included are articles on the genesis and history of PKAL, the Tony Blair Faith Foundation’s higher education work, findings from the Personal and Social Responsibility Inventory, helping students develop "habits of mind," and best practices in serving students with learning and other disabilities.